Aviv on domestic aircraft Sukhoi Superjet 100 disappeared from the online system of the Russian carrier. For booking after April 23, they became unavailable due to the position of the Israeli authorities, ATOR reported, citing its insider sources.
We are talking about the flights of the subsidiary airline Rossiya from Sochi to Tel Aviv. Air traffic on the specified route began on April 10 under the program of flights from Sochi on Russian-made airliners. However, eight days after the launch, tickets were removed from sale. According to the interlocutors of the publication, “the reason for the suspension of ticket sales since the end of April was the position of the Israeli aviation authorities: the foreign side requested from the Russian carrier for review flight and other documents related to flights on the Sukhoi Superjet 100.” At the same time, the Ministry of Transport and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia controls the situation: the departments are negotiating with their Israeli counterparts.
However, sources also said that the Rossiya carrier expects to continue air cooperation. In particular, I am ready to support the flight program connecting Sochi and Israel.
“There are all prerequisites for this. Flights are carried out on domestic liners, which have always been in the Russian register and are serviced at a high technical level. In addition, Rossiya Airlines has extensive experience in flying to Israel. For example, for many years, Rossiya flew to Tel Aviv from St. Petersburg, ”the insider said.
Recall that only two airlines can get to Tel Aviv from Moscow by direct flight: the Israeli El Al through the Caspian – on the Boeing 737-800, and from April 18 by the Russian air carrier IrAero, which launched a flight program to the Israeli capital from Moscow on the SS-100 with a 50-minute technical landing in Minvody. Azimuth Airlines also continues to fly from Minneralnye Vody to Israel.
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